Now that pretty much all of the 2020’s flagship phones have been released, which is the fastest amongst all of them? The folks at PhoneBuff decided to put it to the test by taking the recently released iPhone 12 Pro and stacking it up against the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, which is the most powerful variant of the Note 20 series.
Robocalls are annoying as hell and are a waste of our time, but unfortunately they do happen from time to time. If you’re irritated by these incessant calls which are spam and you own a Samsung Galaxy Note 20, you’re in luck. This is because Samsung has since rolled out a new feature called Smart Call.
The other day, Corning unveiled their latest Gorilla Glass which comes in the form of Victus. This is supposed to be the company’s toughest Gorilla Glass yet, but of course the company would say that, right? Turns out that they weren’t just making empty claims, at least that’s what the video above by PhoneBuff has confirmed.
So you are thinking about buying the Samsung Galaxy Note 20. If you are wondering if you should pick up this phone or a “gaming” smartphone, it seems that Samsung is making a pretty compelling case for their products because in a partnership with Microsoft, both companies have unveiled the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate bundle for the Note 20 handset.
Samsung just launched the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, which now becomes the tip of the spear in Samsung’s line up in the high-end segment of the market.
Phones over the years have gone up in price where these days, seeing a flagship priced over the $1,000 mark hardly comes as a surprise. However, there is some good news for would-be Galaxy Note 20 customers because if the rumors are to be believed, it might actually end up being cheaper than the Galaxy Note 10.
If you’re more of a fan of Samsung’s Note series of handsets, then you might be eagerly anticipating the launch of the Galaxy Note 20. The good news is that Samsung has since officially announced and confirmed that on the 5th of August, 2020, they will be hosting a new Galaxy Unpacked event.
With the Samsung Galaxy S20, the company finally introduced a 120Hz display to its smartphones. It is largely expected that this practice would continue with the Galaxy Note 20, but it seems that it might not. At least that’s according to a tweet by leakster Ice Universe who suggests that the company might use a 60Hz display instead.
One of the selling points of Samsung’s phones in recent years are its curved displays along the edges of the device. We’ve seen this design emulated by other handset makers, but it looks like with the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 20, the company could actually be ditching the curved display.
If you were worried that the coronavirus would somehow impact the release of smartphones this year, it seems that Samsung is still on track to release new handsets later in the year. During Samsung’s earnings call, the company has confirmed that they plan on releasing two new phones later this year.